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A 22nd century style of cargo container being carried by a pair of Starfleet officers

Cargo container with vegetables

A cargo container on Voyager filled with vegetables

A cargo container, or cargo case, was a container for the storage of cargo.

During his youth aboard the ECS Horizon, Travis Mayweather locked himself in a cargo container, an embarrassing incident that he did not live down for many years. (ENT: "Horizon")

In 2151, a shipment of cargo containers were beamed aboard the NX-class starship Enterprise while Tactical Officer Lieutenant Malcolm Reed and Travis Mayweather, who was now serving as a helmsman and ensign on Enterprise, stood nearby and conversed about the ship's transporter, shortly before the vessel's launch. At least two of the cargo containers were carried out of the transporter alcove by junior officers. When Reed opened a third case, he was frustrated and disappointed to find Starfleet had sent him a load of valve sealant, when he had actually requested plasma coils instead. (ENT: "Broken Bow")

These cases were referred to as "cargo containers" in the revised final draft script of "Broken Bow". [1]

According to Trip Tucker, cargo containers, insulation, and boots were among the things recreated by waste broken into its molecules and recycled by the bio-matter resequencer. (ENT: "Breaking the Ice")

Cargo module four interior

Several cargo containers aboard the Fortunate

The cargo containers and barrels aboard the Earth Cargo Service freighter ECS Fortunate were stored in the cargo modules and labeled with the number of the module they're stored in. (ENT: "Fortunate Son")

In 2374, as part of a bribe to keep Quark from pressing charges against Grathon Tolar, Captain Benjamin Sisko agreed to get Deep Space 9 station security to release several cargo containers that they had been holding due to his not having the proper import license. (DS9: "In the Pale Moonlight")

That same year, during one version of the alternate timeline known as the "Year of Hell," a Zahl official threatened to send a Krenim commandant home in a cargo container and seize his vessel if he didn't leave Zahl space. (VOY: "Year of Hell")

In 2375, when Prax materialized transporter patterns for what he believed to be more than a dozen telepaths on the USS Voyager, he ended up with cargo containers filled with vegetables instead. (VOY: "Counterpoint")

In 2376, Icheb threatened to place Azan, Mezoti and Rebi in a cargo container and send them back to the Borg if they didn't stop asking him questions about his family and what would happen if he left Voyager. (VOY: "Child's Play")

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